Julie's Update 19th October

Well another week in these strange times!!!! Swimmer's did you like the time swim 🏊‍♂️week??? The best part of this weeks training I can Honestly say was the 30mins time swims it was bliss hahahaha.......Well this week we start hard training, YES hard training The plan for the next 4 weeks Week 1. Hard work Week 2. Hard work Week 3. Speed work Week 4 Time 🏊‍♂️ 🏊‍♂️ swims Ok .....4 Things That Rub Swimmers The Wrong Way BEEP, BEEP, BEEP! The alarm goes off again for another 5:30 a.m. practice. It’s still dark outside. As swimmers, we rise before the sun. Morning practices are rough, but the one thing that every swimmer dreads more than rolling out of bed this early is the initial jump i

Generous donation to Stafford Apex Swimming Club

Our Club were recently presented with an incredibly generous donation of over £320 from Neil Gill, his family, work colleagues and friends of Neil’s wife, Julie Gill (Cope) after Julie’s sudden death. Julie’s father, Dennis Cope, was one of the founding members of Stafford Apex Swimming Club over 40 years ago, with its base at that time being Stafford Brine Baths. Julie swam for Stafford Apex Swimming Club during her teenage years with Stafford Apex’s now Head coach Julie Shenton. It was the wish of Julie’s mum to donate monies collected to go to the Club, to support its continuation and growth. The Committee and all of the members and swimmers of Stafford Apex would like to say a heartfelt

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Funding has been received  through the Staffordshire Local Community Fund.

We have been supported by Councillors Maureen Compton, Ann Edgeller & Carolyn Trowbridge